A few observations of my own...

1. I have a great husband. He always says such nice things. I think one reason this pregnancy has been such a positive experience is because of his supportive and caring attitude. When the pregnancy hormones were doing their thing he was always there to cheer me up. When I was feeling fat, he'd tell me how good I looked. When I was feeling too small, he'd tell me how big I looked--which (believe it or not!) was exactly what I needed to hear.

2. Retirement is going to be fun. Though Friday was my last 'official' day at work I did go in Monday and saw more patients than I expected; so many in fact that I didn't get some of the paperwork done in the office that I wanted to so I ended up working a half day yesterday to get that done. So, today was my first full day off work. Though I don't think I'd be ready to retire at 34, I can see how retirement is going to be enjoyable. At the gym this morning there were two retired women working out downstairs at the same time I was. They were talking about their husbands, about what they did the night before and how they were going to be spending their Thanksgivings. It reminded me of the conversations I have with my friend Beth at the gym however we have to go at 5:00 a.m. so she can get her kids to school and we both can get to work. How nice it will be to sleep in and still work-out with my friend. Also, I did a very 'retirey' thing today. I went golfing--with my retired mother. Retirement is like summer break; all year long. That will be cool.

3. Prayer is a good thing. I prayed through the whole 'membrane stripping' experience and it wasn't too bad. Though I know the power of prayer, I often forget. It's such an easy thing to do yet it's often an afterthought. I'm working on that.

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  1. Maybe by the time you are up and about, your friend Beth will be ready to go back to the gym with you!! :) I can't wait to hold Trinity again!!

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